The prom is a very important night for most teenagers. The critical importance of remaining safe and keeping within a reasonable prom budget should be of utmost priority to parents and teenagers, and above all, finding that perfect prom dress! This article will help you adhere to a smart prom budget.
Things You'll Need
- Things you'll need to begin to develop a Prom Budget and finding a Prom Dress: • A Teen going to the Prom! • One Pen & Sheet of Paper. • A Calculator. • A Phone.
Prom Tickets: The person that did the inviting can pay or either party can pay their own way.
Prom Attire: Each party pays for their own prom attire. This can be a major cost in the prom budget.
Prom Photos: The person that did the inviting can pay or this can be a shared expense.
Prom Flowers: Each party buys the other a corsage/boutonnière.
Limousine/Rental Car: Can be a shared expense for those using the limo or rental car.
After Prom Activities: Each party can pay their own way
Tips & Warnings
- One Final thing to keep in Mind When Developing a Prom Budget: Do not start the Prom Budget with a set amount you're not willing to go over. There's no way to control how much certain things will cost. Simply begin the research, shop around and don't stress out. The Prom is meant to be a fun night and will become a very special memory for most attending.
- Here are some Prom Essentials to keep in mind when shopping for the Prom: • Prom Dress or Tux: Shop around, online and narrow your choices down and start making phone calls to get quotes. • Stylish Prom Shoes • Prom Accessories, such as Hand Bag and Jewelry. • Prom Flowers, such as Corsage and Boutonniere
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